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The Steepwater Band Live at Chicago Street Pub on 2014-01-10




Set 1:
1. Remember The Taker (stage power blows near end of song, fade out)
2. outage recovery
3. Dust My Broom
4. Won't Be Long For Now
5. At The Fall Of The Day
6. Got Love If You Want It
7. Come On Down
8. Lord Knows
9. High And Humble
10. A Lot Of Love Around
11. Like A Hurricane
12. My Back Pocket
13. Hard As Stone
14. Revelation Sunday
15. Isis

Set 2:
1. Sugar Mama (1st time played)
2. Indiana Line
3. Back To The Bottle
4. Dance Me A Number
5. All The Way To Nowhere
6. Fire Away
7. Bottle Of Red Wine
8. Crossroads
9. Vanishing Girl


Collection TheSteepwaterBand
Band/Artist The Steepwater Band
Venue Chicago Street Pub
Location Joliet, IL

Source Sennheiser e914's (6' from stage, 7' high) > Sound Devices 722 (24/48, 40 Hz HPF @ 12 dB/oct.)
Lineage CF card > Logic Pro (eq'd to add some bottom) > Audiogate (+5 dB, fades, tracking, dither/re-sample to 16/44.1) > xACT (flac 8 w/ SBA & tags)
Taped by taperjoe
Transferred by taperjoe

Notes

CD version

I brought 2 Mackie powered subwoofers to augment the Pub's PA system (which had none). All that was going to them was the kick drum. The stage, however, had only one electrical circuit & it was not enough to support the subs and the band's amps. After the power blew at the end of the 1st song, the subs were turned off. Oh, well.. I used a little eq in an attempt to add some bottom end back in.

Jeff Massey - guitar & vocals
Eric Saylors - guitar & backing vocals
Tod Bowers - bass
Joe Winters - drums

Isis + the debut of Sugar Mama + Back To The Bottle!
Enjoy!!

Reviews

Reviewer: Picklemic - - January 26, 2014
Subject: Should be hardcorejoe not taperjoe
I personally know that Chicago St. is a hard pull, but you are truly hardcore to bring out the subs in the 2014 arctic. Still great pull without them. These guys are great. Thanks for the ear candy.
Reviewer: Capt_Andy - - January 25, 2014
Subject: I like
first time I heard them...to be continued
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